We must try, through international education, to realize something new in the world — a purpose that will inspire us and challenge us to use our talents and material wealth in a new way, by persuasion rather than force, cooperatively rather than competitively, not with the intention of gaining dominance for a nation or an ideology, but for the purpose of helping every society develop its own conception of public decency and individual fulfillment.
-J. William Fulbright
We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.
I graduated with dual master’s degrees in public health and city and regional planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in May 2016. I am participating in the Coastal Drift Bike & Build for three weeks in June 2016. (See my rider page here.)
After completing my bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communications at the University of South Carolina, I participated in a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to South Korea in 2012-2013. I had previously traveled to Mexico for a service trip and Greece, Turkey, Poland, Germany and Lithuania through study abroad programs. (See an article about those study abroad travels here.) I have provided support for several Fulbright Enrichment seminars and currently serve as a Fulbright Alumni Ambassador for interested U.S. applicants. (Interested in applying? Email me.)
Why grits, you ask? Check out this blog post.
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